Johnny Depp poses for photographers in Cannes on Wednesday.

After his movie received a standing ovation at the Cannes Film Festival on Tuesday, Johnny Depp broke down in tears.

A seven-minute standing ovation for Depp’s movie “Jeanne du Barry,” in which he portrays the former King of France Louis XV, can be seen in a Variety video posted on social media.

After a defamation battle with his ex-wife Amber Heard last summer, it was the actor’s first cinematic production. In their cases against one another, a jury determined that they were both responsible for defamation, but Depp was given a much larger sum of damages.

Depp discussed “abstract whispers” and said that “the majority of what you have been reading the last four or five years…with regard to me” during the press conference for the movie at Cannes.And what you’ve read about my life is beautifully, horribly crafted fiction.

“The focus should simply be on the fact that it’s a miracle to get a film made that you care about in the first place,” he remarked. “Right there, you win.”

Depp said, according to Variety, “I don’t feel boycotted by Hollywood because I don’t think about Hollywood.”

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